Five University of Tennessee at Chattanooga College of Engineering and Computer Science alums were recently honored as the Engineer of the Year for their respective business units by TVA.
UTC engineering grads discuss life in the real world
Being a woman in a male-dominated field like engineering takes determination, confidence and knowledge.
Brown and Crain pursuing similar goals both in school and after
Brother2Brother When: 5:30 p.m. Every Tuesday Where: University Center’s Ocoee or Hiwassee Room. On John Crain’s right arm is a tattoo of his smiling grandmother—Brenda Woolridge—along with the date of her birthday and a quote: “Mothers don’t fear death. Their only fear is leaving their children in the world knowing that no one will love…
Students help with unique research at TVA
Two UTC graduate students helped TVA solve a problem involving nuclear plant emergency power systems by creating a first-of-its-kind methodology.
UTC engineering graduates nominated for TVA Engineer of the Year
Three UTC graduates are in the running for TVA’s 2019 Engineer of the Year.
UTC graduate is TVA’s Engineer of the Year 2018
Greg Goza ’74, ’83 from the College of Engineering and Computer Science, won the Ike Zeringue Engineer of the Year award, named for the former TVA president, CEO and chief nuclear officer.
TVA donates $50,000 to CECS project for nuclear power plants
TVA donated $50,000 to a College of Engineering and Computer Science research project that’s discovered ways to save millions of dollars at nuclear power plants.
Innovative Research honored at national Power and Energy Conference
Dr. Abdelrahman Karrar, Visiting Professor, Electrical Engineering, received high honors at this year’s General Meeting for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) Power and Energy Society (PES) in Boston, MA.
TVA supports UTC’s smart grid research and education initiatives
With thousands of Americans still waiting to have their electrical power restored after super storm Sandy ravaged the nation’s east coast, the importance of a secure and reliable electrical delivery network, including smart grid technology, has never been more evident.
IEC 61850 Technical Seminar offered November 2
Dr. Alexander Apostolov, Principle Engineer, OMICRON electronics Corporation USA, will be the keynote speaker for a seminar scheduled for Tuesday, November 2, at the University Center Auditorium. The UTC Department of Electrical Engineering, TVA, IEEE, and Omicron are co-sponsoring the IEC 61850 Seminar.